Keith P. Schoeneberger
Keith P. Schoeneberger is an experienced litigator with over 40 of experience in civil trials and appeals. As a skilled courtroom advocate, Keith assists clients in resolving a wide range of litigation matters.
Having written briefs for and argued numerous appeals, Keith has experience in the Illinois appellate courts and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh, Ninth, Tenth and Federal Circuits.
Keith began his career with the prominent Chicago firm of Ross & Hardies in 1974 where he became a partner in 1981. He joined McGuireWoods as a partner when it merged with Ross &Hardies in 2003, and thereafter, he was a founding partner of the Chicago office of Dewey &LeBoeuf from 2005-10.
Keith has handled a wide variety of complex hearings and trials, including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret infringement actions in state courts in Illinois, Florida and Texas, and the Federal courts in Illinois, California, Delaware and Michigan, as well as the International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. He also has handled several energy matters involving coal gasification and contested exploration rights in Illinois. Several of his trials have lasted more than two weeks.
In 2011, Keith became an Of Counsel attorney to Pasulka & Associates, PC, applying his extensive experience to the practice of matrimonial law. He has developed an expertise in the trial of complex divorce matters involving custody, the valuation of partnership and other business interests, and imputing income to a spouse. He has used skills acquired in fiduciary duty litigation to protect his clients’ rights against the dissipation and concealment of assets and income.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in 1970 from Georgetown University, Keith obtained his law degree in 1974 from Northwestern University School of Law where he was an Article Editor for the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.
Keith was involved in monitoring compliance with legal ethics at his firms, and has written and spoken on that subject, and on civil procedure. He is currently a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Chicago Bar Association.
Contact Keith directly at (312) 658-0876 or firstname.lastname@example.org.